In Beijing Temples, Clubs for the Wealthy

Xinhua, the state-run news agency, reported on Monday that just blocks away from the Forbidden City, two temples — the Songzhu Temple and the Zhizhu Temple — have been converted into high-end clubs and private restaurants to cater to China’s big spenders.

Xinhua, the state-run news agency, reported on Monday that just blocks away from the Forbidden City, two temples — the Songzhu Temple and the Zhizhu Temple — have been converted into high-end clubs and private restaurants to cater to China’s big spenders.

Source:: In Beijing Temples, Clubs for the Wealthy

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